Basics of perfect communication through quantum networks

@article{Kay2011BasicsOP,
  title={Basics of perfect communication through quantum networks},
  author={A. Kay},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2011},
  volume={84},
  pages={022337}
}
  • A. Kay
  • Published 2011
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • Physical Review A
Perfect transfer of a quantum state through a one-dimensional chain is now well understood, allowing one not only to decide whether a fixed Hamiltonian achieves perfect transfer but to design a suitable one. We are particularly interested in being able to design, or understand the limitations imposed upon, Hamiltonians subject to various naturally arising constraints such as a limited coupling topology with low connectivity (specified by a graph) and type of interaction. In this paper, we… Expand

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